The Feature Is Ours podcast series

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours,” an entertainment podcast hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, Anastasia laments over some recent casting news, and guest host Ivan gives his review of the film Ghost in a Shell.

April 15, 2017
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The Feature Is Ours podcast series

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours,” an entertainment podcast hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, our hosts are EXCITED about the trailer for Spiderman: Homecoming, Anastasia has a bone to pick with fan-boys, and what’s up with the upcoming “Venom” movie? 

April 6, 2017
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The Feature Is Ours podcast series

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours,” an entertainment podcast hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, our hosts talk about the good-looking cast of “Justice League” and their love of actress Alicia Vikander, star of the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot.  

April 4, 2017
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The Feature Is Ours podcast series

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours,” an entertainment podcast hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, hosts Anastasia and Gustavo discuss the importance of Thor’s hair in the new promotional photos for Thor: Ragnarok and who will play Cable in next year’s Deadpool 2.

March 9, 2017
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Forum on climate change turns awkward

March 2, 2017

By Christian Horta  A tense moment occurred during the question and answer session at a conference held on Thursday evening explaining the science behind global warming. Presenter Jeffrey Bennett, an astronomer and author, opened the floor to questions at the end of his presentation, and an attendee stood up in front of the audience to argue that some of his facts were incorrect. When Bennett politely told the attendee that…

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ELAC Campus News wins at JACC

By Gil Milanes  The Campus News team brought home four awards from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges conference at Cerritos College this past Saturday. Ivan Cazares, managing editor, won second place in Critical Review with Rogelio Alvarez online editor-in-chief taking second place for Copy Editing. Dan Gudino online editor, won second place for Profile Feature Story and Julie Santiago art director won Honorable Mention for News Photo. CN staff…

November 3, 2016
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Festival celebrates Monterey Park 100th anniversary

By Brooke Gemina  Monterey Park celebrated its 100th birthday on Saturday at Barnes Memorial Park with the Third Annual Geranium Festival and Artwalk. Events at the festival included a dunk-tank, three-legged race, a sack race, musical chairs, and a water balloon tossing contest. Macy Intermediate School’s principal Jacinto Zavala, Schurr High School principal Francisco Arregui, and Monterey Park Police Chief Jim Smith volunteered to brave the Dunk Tank amongst a…

October 12, 2016
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EMT program fails to motivate students

May 21, 2015

By Jose Godinez The East Los Angeles College Fire Technology program is home to hundreds of students hoping to one day make it in the fire service. EMT, is a minimum requirement for a career in fire and the EMT program is not living up to the standard the rest of the Fire Technology program has set. Flaws in any program are OK, in fact they are expected, but when the…

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Renteria mobilized to help disabled

May 20, 2015

By Zuvanny Macias Alexandra Renteria, a child development major, has been deeply affected by people with disabilities throughout her life. Since her childhood, Renteria has been around people who have various disabilities. This has impacted her greatly and influenced her decision to become a special needs teacher. When Renteria was young, she met a girl with severe autism who couldn’t talk or function on her own. Not only has Renteria…

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Closeted Asian teen breaks tradition, finds independence

May 20, 2015

By Elizabeth Toy Ian Young, 23, was raised in a traditional Taiwanese Christian family, but lives his life with an extraordinary sense of independence.  Young’s father left his family when he was only a few months old and due to tensions between his mother and grandparents, he rarely spent time with her. As a result, Young was raised by his maternal grandparents in Alhambra, California and grew up with many…

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